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My piffy friend helps me; she lets me tell her things that hurt me so bad inside. She helps me learn and grow. When ever we talk, we talk for between two and three hours every time. When I tell her things she helps me by validating them, letting me know that I am and do Wright. When Iím with her I am aloud to feel the way I need to, my feelings are not belittled, and they are embraced. She treats me like a human being, and in my life that is a rare thing, to be treated like you matter and what you say is important. With my piffy friend, you are an equal. With her I can be free, I can express myself without predigest, I can listen without having to comment. I can learn about what I can do. I can learn about how amazing I am for getting through the stuff I have been through. But by far the most awesome thing about my piffy friend is that when ever I talk to her, every time I talk to her, we always give each other epiphanies.


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The following comments are for "Together with my piffy friend"
by Gami

Feeling Piffy
Realizing that you were using the word piffy as a description of someone or something which brings you epiphanies made me smile.

It's also made me curious as to whether you had intentionally meant to use unusual spellings for some of the words you used here? For instance, aloud for allowed and Wright for right and predigest for prudjudice?

( Posted by: hazelfaern [Member] On: December 5, 2004 )

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I'm glad that you liked it! No I didn't exchange the words on purpose. I can generally use words properly, but to spell them I'm horrible! the english language is very difficult to master- even if you have been using it your whole life.

( Posted by: Gami [Member] On: December 6, 2004 )





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